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Drago also takes pains to keep her product local. When sourcing for fabrics, she hunts for deadstock through channels such as thrift stores, antique dealers, and estate sales."There's no need to produce new fabric because there is already so much wasted material out there," she tells Ecouterre. "Ninety percent of the fabric I find in the Garment District in New York is deadstock."

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